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Aravorn

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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
Aravorn's name is [[Sindarin]], and it means "Black King" coming from the prefix ''[[ar|ara-]]'' meaning "royal, king", and ''morn'' (becoming lenited to ''vorn''] meaning "black, dark".  
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Aravorn's name is [[Sindarin]], and it means "Black King" coming from the prefix ''[[ar|ara-]]'' meaning "royal, king", and ''morn'' (becoming lenited to ''vorn'') meaning "black, dark".
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==Titles==
 
==Titles==
 
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Revision as of 18:57, 15 January 2007

Template:Royalty infobox Aravorn (T.A. 2497 - 2654, died aged 157) was the ninth Chieftain of the Dúnedain, succeeding his father, Aragost, when he died in 2588.

Aravorn's rule seems to be uneventful - although small fights with orcs and wolves likely happened - as the enemy centred a lot of its attacks on the newly-formed Rohan.

Aravorn died in 2654, after having ruled as chieftain for 66 years, and was succeeded by his don, Arahad II

Genealogy

 Isildur
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 Aragost
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 ARAVORN
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Arahad II
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 Arassuil

Etymology

Aravorn's name is Sindarin, and it means "Black King" coming from the prefix ara- meaning "royal, king", and morn (becoming lenited to vorn) meaning "black, dark".

Titles

Preceded by:
Aragost
9th Chieftain of the Dúnedain
III 2588 - 2654
Followed by:
Arahad II